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ERIC Number: ED038120
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 4
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Reference Count: 0
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Needs Orientation.
Tarrant County Junior Coll., Hurst, TX. Northeast Campus.
A compulsory freshman orientation program at Tarrant County Junior College (Texas) required 18 hours of class contact. During the first two weeks of the program, freshmen were presented with general information about the college and introduced to college administrators. During the last six weeks, the students scheduled 10 hours (in any combination) of the subjects offered that they thought would be helpful to them. On the average, students completed 15 of the first 16 hours in the program, although six per cent failed to complete the course. A table of student evaluations of the individual programs is included, and on the basis of these evaluations, several changes will be made in future programs. (RC)
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Authoring Institution: Tarrant County Junior Coll., Hurst, TX. Northeast Campus.
Identifiers: Texas